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Another year for change
Thanks to you, this year we have facilitated best practices trainings for 378 people, we awarded another scholarship for $3,000 to an outstanding student who experienced homelessness, we are training a new team of Granite Leaders to become strong advocates for the homeless community, and we'll soon be releasing our sixth State of Homelessness in New Hampshire Report. Our work is making a long term, big picture change in the way homelessness is addressed in our state.

End of Year Giving 
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Every day, your support makes our work possible. Programs like Granite Leaders operate solely on the generosity of people like you. Our goal for our end of the year appeal is to raise $1,000 by December 31st. This is our estimate of the cost of training one Granite Leader. Please consider making a tax-free, year-end donation to help us meet our goal. Your support makes a real, lasting impact in the lives of those who are still in need and we simply can’t do it without you. Please
donate today.

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Granite Leaders                   
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As we mentioned, the Granite Leaders class of 2018  is underway! We have a strong group of advocates who have endured homelessness and are eager to advocate on behalf of those who are having the same experience. We are thrilled to have them in our program.


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State of Homelessness in NH
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The sixth State of Homelessness in New Hampshire Report will become available in one week. Are you interested in trends and economics related to homelessness? This report is packed with data and insight into the current situation. Let us know if you notice anything interesting!

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Help Us Fundraise
Our “Third Party” fundraising program is an easy way for individuals, businesses and community organizations to help FUNdraise for our work. Organize a dinner, a tournament, or a bake sale. Let’s combine forces and do something interesting! Please contact us at info@nhceh.org. We look forward to working with you.

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Hope Starts Here Scholarship

Congratulations Briana Small!

Briana Small

(Bank of New Hampshire presenting Briana Small with their matched portion of her Hope Starts Here Scholarship)

We are proud to announce that the 2015 Hope Starts Here Scholarship was awarded to Briana Small. On September 28th, 2015 this unique Hope Starts Here Scholarship was presented to Briana Small at the New Hampshire Conference on Homelessness. Thanks to the Bank of New Hampshire’s gracious commitment to match our fundraising efforts, Briana received a $3,000 educational scholarship to use towards her higher education needs. For more information on the scholarship, please click here.

To make a tax-deductible contribution to the scholarship, please click here.

We are now accepting applicants for the 2016 Hope Starts Here Scholarship. For more information, please click here.

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2015 State of Homelessness in New Hampshire Report

Did you know that almost 2,000 people were homeless on one day in the State of New Hampshire in 2015? Every year we compile and release a report on the most current data on homelessness in New Hampshire. To learn more about current trends, download our recently released 2015 report.

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Granite Leaders

Classes Have Begin!

In November, we began our second class of the Granite Leaders Leadership Training Program. The six month  leadership development program is designed for people who have experienced homelessness and is designed to help them to raise their voices on issues pertinent to their lives. Former Granite Leaders  describe their experience as “wonderful” and “empowering.” For more information on Granite Leaders, please click here.

(Graduated Granite Leaders class of 2014)

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Donate today!

Make a tax-deductible donation and help to ensure that all NH citizens will have the resources they need to lead healthy, happy, and rewarding lives.
Donate now!

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Did You Know?

In 2015, NHCEH received 81 volunteer hours, a $1,826.55 value! The NHCEH has devoted volunteers that are dedicated to helping us to further our mission to prevent and end homelessness in New Hampshire. Our volunteers help us in a number of ways, such as working an event, data entry and more.

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News & Research

Grappling with Homelessness in New Hampshire-- The Exchange

Stories of the Year: Homelessness in Concord
-- Concord Monitor

New non-profit group working to create shelter for homeless families in Belknap County -- Union Leader

Nonprofit Works Towards Ending Veteran Homelessness in Nashua -- NHPR

Report: N.H. homelessness not falling; tight rental market complicates efforts -- Concord Monitor

Groundbreaking emergency family shelter unveiled in Manchester-- WMUR

Tuberculosis and Homelessness: Not a Thing of the Past -- National Alliance to End Homelessness

Poor health: when poverty becomes disease -- University of California

Poverty's most insidious damage is to a child's brain -- Science Daily

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Home4Hope.com

Need information on homeless services in your town? You can find contact, location, and more information at our Home4hope website. Visit today at www.home4hope.com 

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Upcoming Trainings

Date: Monday, March 21, 2016
Effective Client and Family Engagment: Working with Resistive Clients

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